Lil Nas X’s acceptance letter is fake, Liberty University confirms

He has a PhD in trolling his fans.

Originally found on NY Post:

Read More

Full Story:

He has a PhD in trolling his fans.

Liberty University confirmed Friday that Lil Nas X, born Montero Hill, would not be attending the college after posting what appeared to be an acceptance letter on his Instagram last week.

“We can confirm that Liberty University did not issue the Montero Hill acceptance letter posted yesterday to social media, and we have no record of Montero Hill applying to the university,” a spokesman for the Virginia-based university told Entertainment Weekly.

The statement from the Christian college stated that the school “exists to glorify God by equipping men and women in higher education in fidelity to the Christian faith expressed through the Holy Scriptures.”

Liberty’s statement comes after the “Call Me By Your Name” singer posted the faux acceptance letter stating that he would be attending the religious school in the fall of 2024 with a dual concentration in Christian Leadership and Biblical studies.

The fake letter was signed by former Liberty University head and founder Jerry Falwell, who died in 2007 due to cardiac arrhythmia.

The statement from the Christian college stated that the school “exists to glorify God by equipping men and women in higher education in fidelity to the Christian faith expressed through the Holy Scriptures” adding that “all to apply and join us.” Liberty University

“We can confirm that Liberty University did not issue the Montero Hill acceptance letter posted yesterday to social media, and we have no record of Montero Hill applying to the university,” a spokesman for the Virginia-based university told Entertainment Weekly. Liberty University

“I know some of yall hate me right now but I want yall to know I’m literally about to go to college for biblical studies in the fall,” Hill, 24, wrote in the picture’s caption. “Not everything is a troll! Anyways IM A STUDENT AGAIN! LETS GOOO!!!”

The letter, which served as promotional material for Hill’s newly-released single “J Christ” received mixed reactions from social media viewers.

“Not everything is a troll post but this sure is,” one social media user laughed.

Liberty’s statement comes after the “Call Me By Your Name” singer posted the faux acceptance letter stating that he would be attending the religious school in the fall of 2024 with a dual concentration in Christian Leadership and Biblical studies. @LilNasX / X

The letter, which served as promotional material for Hill’s newly-released single “J Christ” received mixed reactions from social media viewers. Lil Nas X / Youtube

“His team needs a raise,” a second person said while adding “This is sheer brilliance.”

“People in the comments forgetting this man is an internet troll veteran,” giggled a third fan.

Other people did not find the slight so amusing.

“Imagine how torn a soul has to be to mock the true one living God,” one netizen sneered. “This should be a reminder to all Christians that our battle is not carnal.”

“You don’t need to go to school to learn about Christ,” a second user lambasted. “You can choose to let him into your heart now and simply pick up the Bible and start reading from the gospel of John. The rest God will take care of.”

“Jesus can still forgive you, brother. It’s not too late,” a third commenter emplored.

Hill found himself in another scandal of biblical proportions on Friday after hiring several celebrity look-alikes to attend the premiere of the video for the Biblically-inspired single.

Hill found himself in another scandal of biblical proportions on Friday after hiring several celebrity look-alikes to attend the premiere of the Bible-themed song. Lil Nas X / Youtube

Several of the “celebrities” included former President Barack Obama, Taylor Swift, Ice Spice, Mariah Carey, Ed Sheeran and Kanye West.

Many fans were left displeased at the appearance of the doppelgangers.

“Using their names for algorithm promo is crazy,” one fan posted on X (formerly Twitter).

Spectators also had differing opinions on whether recruiting the impersonators was “gorgeous and legendary” or “cringe.”

The statement from the Christian college stated that the school “exists to glorify God by equipping men and women in higher education in fidelity to the Christian faith expressed through the Holy Scriptures” adding that “all to apply and join us.” Liberty University

“We can confirm that Liberty University did not issue the Montero Hill acceptance letter posted yesterday to social media, and we have no record of Montero Hill applying to the university,” a spokesman for the Virginia-based university told Entertainment Weekly. Liberty University

Liberty’s statement comes after the “Call Me By Your Name” singer posted the faux acceptance letter stating that he would be attending the religious school in the fall of 2024 with a dual concentration in Christian Leadership and Biblical studies. @LilNasX / X

The letter, which served as promotional material for Hill’s newly-released single “J Christ” received mixed reactions from social media viewers. Lil Nas X / Youtube

Hill found himself in another scandal of biblical proportions on Friday after hiring several celebrity look-alikes to attend the premiere of the Bible-themed song. Lil Nas X / Youtube

Advertisement

 

Similar Posts